Timing Belt


Asked by kayabe Aug 18, 2009 at 09:22 AM about the 1997 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what will be the limit milage or kilometer to change the TIMING BELT?

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Kevin Steinhardt

you should really change it around 60k-75k miles... while your at it have the water pump changed as well, everything is easily accessible...just don't let it go too long because if the belt snaps, it could mean massive engine repair later.

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Andrew Hurson

For a 1997 Accord, you want to change it every 90,000 miles. That is what Honda reccomends.

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Chris Fennimore

How do 7 check the timing belt on my 1992 honda accord dx

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